National Commercial Real Estate News From CoStar Group
25 REITs Most Likely To Sell You a Property in 2013
Looking for to buy some land, office buildings, warehouses, shopping center or hotel investment properties and want less chance of being out bid by a REIT? You may be in luck. The nation's largest publicly held real estate investment trusts and real estate operating companies have billions of dollars worth of commercial real estate they are trying to get rid of.
As a whole, this sector doled out more than $52 billion in cash last year for property...
Retail Rent Growth Finally Takes Root Across U.S. Metros
Following a recent string of relentlessly unexciting market trends in retail real estate over the past several quarters comes this distinctly happy news -- quoted asking rents have finally turned upward across all retail property types in the U.S. for the first time since 2008.
"This is a symbolic victory," said CoStar real estate economist Ryan McCullough, who co-presented the First-Quarter 2013 Retail Review and Outlook with Suzanne Mulvee, director...
Recovery In CRE Sales, Pricing Up Year over Year, Despite Sluggish First Quarter
Just like clockwork, after ending 2012 on an upswing, commercial real estate pricing softened in the first three months of 2013, according to the latest findings from the CoStar Commercial Repeat Sale Indices (CCRSI).
Despite uneven performance in the first quarter, CRE prices have still increased appreciably from year ago levels and the recovery continued to widen, with all regions and property types experiencing year-over-year pricing gains.